Publications

Here I have a list of our peer reviewed publications that are in press. For what it is worth, indicators such as h-index, citations ate found using the Google or Scopus sites.

1. Heiba, H.F., et al., The determination of oxidation rates and quantum yields during the photocatalytic oxidation of As(III) over TiO2. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry, 2022. 424.
2. Weiss, D., et al., Isotope fractionation of zinc in the paddy rice soil-water environment and the role of 2’deoxymugineic acid (DMA) as zincophore under Zn limiting conditions. Chemical Geology, 2021. 577.
3. Wang, L., et al., Possible application of stable isotope compositions for the identification of metal sources in soil. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2021. 407.
4. Resongles, E., et al., Strong evidence for the continued contribution of lead deposited during the 20th century to the atmospheric environment in London of today. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2021. 118(26).
5. Northover, G.H.R., et al., Effect of salinity on the zinc(II) binding efficiency of siderophore functional groups and implications for salinity tolerance mechanisms in barley. Scientific Reports, 2021. 11(1).
6. Northover, G.H.R., E. Garcia-Espanã, and D.J. Weiss, Unravelling the modus operandi of phytosiderophores during zinc uptake in rice: The importance of geochemical gradients and accurate stability constants. Journal of Experimental Botany, 2021. 72(5): p. 1517-1526.
7. Bullen, J.C., et al., A Revised Pseudo-Second-Order Kinetic Model for Adsorption, Sensitive to Changes in Adsorbate and Adsorbent Concentrations. Langmuir, 2021. 37(10): p. 3189-3201.
8. Schleicher, N.J., et al., A Global Assessment of Copper, Zinc, and Lead Isotopes in Mineral Dust Sources and Aerosols. Frontiers in Earth Science, 2020. 8.
9. Liu, F., et al., Unravelling Metal Speciation in the Microenvironment Surrounding Phytoplankton Cells to Improve Predictions of Metal Bioavailability. Environmental Science and Technology, 2020. 54(13): p. 8177-8185.
10. Kirby, M.E., et al., Experimental study of pH effect on uranium (UVI) particle formation and transport through quartz sand in alkaline 0.1 M sodium chloride solutions. Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, 2020. 592.
11. Kirby, M.E., et al., Stability Series for the Complexation of Six Key Siderophore Functional Groups with Uranyl Using Density Functional Theory. Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 2020. 124(12): p. 2460-2472.
12. Kirby, M.E., et al., Determining the Effect of pH on Iron Oxidation Kinetics in Aquatic Environments: Exploring a Fundamental Chemical Reaction to Grasp the Significant Ecosystem Implications of Iron Bioavailability. Journal of Chemical Education, 2020. 97(1): p. 215-220.
13. De Vleeschouwer, F., et al., Comment on: “A novel approach to peatlands as archives of total cumulative spatial pollution loads from atmospheric deposition of airborne elements complementary to EMEP data: Priority pollutants (Pb, Cd, Hg)” by Ewa Miszczak, Sebastian Stefaniak, Adam Michczyński, Eiliv Steinnes and Irena Twardowska. Science of the Total Environment, 2020. 737.
14. Bullen, J.C., et al., Portable and rapid arsenic speciation in synthetic and natural waters by an As(V)-selective chemisorbent, validated against anodic stripping voltammetry. Water Research, 2020. 175.
15. Bullen, J.C., et al., On the application of photocatalyst-sorbent composite materials for arsenic(III) remediation: Insights from kinetic adsorption modelling. Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, 2020. 8(5).
16. Bullen, J.C., et al., Improved accuracy in multicomponent surface complexation models using surface-sensitive analytical techniques: Adsorption of arsenic onto a TiO2/Fe2O3 multifunctional sorbent. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 2020. 580: p. 834-849.
17. Zhang, Y., et al., High-resolution label-free 3D mapping of extracellular pH of single living cells. Nature Communications, 2019. 10(1).
18. Souto-Oliveira, C.E., et al., Multi-isotope approach of Pb, Cu and Zn in urban aerosols and anthropogenic sources improves tracing of the atmospheric pollutant sources in megacities. Atmospheric Environment, 2019. 198: p. 427-437.
19. Le Roux, G., et al., Learning from the past: Fires, architecture, and environmental lead emissions. Environmental Science and Technology, 2019. 53(15): p. 8482-8484.
20. Dürr-Auster, T., et al., The Use of Q-ICPMS to Apply Enriched Zinc Stable Isotope Source Tracing for Organic Fertilizers. Frontiers in Plant Science, 2019. 10.
21. Schlitzer, R., et al., The GEOTRACES Intermediate Data Product 2017. Chemical Geology, 2018. 493: p. 210-223.
22. Mondillo, N., et al., A global assessment of Zn isotope fractionation in secondary Zn minerals from sulfide and non-sulfide ore deposits and model for fractionation control. Chemical Geology, 2018. 500: p. 182-193.
23. Martín, A., et al., Assessment of Metal Immission in Urban Environments Using Elemental Concentrations and Zinc Isotope Signatures in Leaves of Nerium oleander. Environmental Science and Technology, 2018. 52(4): p. 2071-2080.
24. Kirby, M.E., et al., Computational Tools for Calculating log β Values of Geochemically Relevant Uranium Organometallic Complexes. Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 2018. 122(40): p. 8007-8019.
25. Khondoker, R., et al., New constraints on elemental and Pb and Nd isotope compositions of South American and Southern African aerosol sources to the South Atlantic Ocean. Chemie der Erde, 2018. 78(3): p. 372-384.
26. Kenney, J.P.L., et al., The effect of bacterial growth phase and culture concentration on U(VI) removal from aqueous solution. Chemical Geology, 2018. 482: p. 61-71.
27. Araújo, D.F., et al., Zinc isotopes as tracers of anthropogenic sources and biogeochemical processes in contaminated mangroves. Applied Geochemistry, 2018. 95: p. 25-32.
28. Zafar, R., et al., Organic compound-mineral interactions: Using flash pyrolysis to monitor the adsorption of fatty acids on calcite. Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis, 2017. 123: p. 184-193.
29. Marković, T., et al., Experimental Determination of Zinc Isotope Fractionation in Complexes with the Phytosiderophore 2′-Deoxymugeneic Acid (DMA) and Its Structural Analogues, and Implications for Plant Uptake Mechanisms. Environmental Science and Technology, 2017. 51(1): p. 98-107.
30. Kenney, J.P.L., et al., A conceptual model to predict uranium removal from aqueous solutions in water-rock systems associated with low- and intermediate-level radioactive waste disposal. RSC Advances, 2017. 7(13): p. 7876-7884.
31. Gioia, S.M.C.L., et al., An isotopic study of atmospheric lead in a megacity after phasing out of leaded gasoline. Atmospheric Environment, 2017. 149: p. 70-83.
32. Dong, S., et al., Isotopic signatures suggest important contributions from recycled gasoline, road dust and non-exhaust traffic sources for copper, zinc and lead in PM10 in London, United Kingdom. Atmospheric Environment, 2017. 165: p. 88-98.
33. Caldelas, C. and D.J. Weiss, Zinc Homeostasis and isotopic fractionation in plants: a review. Plant and Soil, 2017. 411(1-2): p. 17-46.
34. Araújo, D.F., et al., Ion exchange chromatography and mass bias correction for accurate and precise Zn isotope ratio measurements in environmental reference materials by MC-ICP-MS. Journal of the Brazilian Chemical Society, 2017. 28(2): p. 225-235.
35. Araújo, D.F., et al., Tracing of anthropogenic zinc sources in coastal environments using stable isotope composition. Chemical Geology, 2017. 449: p. 226-235.
36. Araújo, D., et al., A critical examination of the possible application of zinc stable isotope ratios in bivalve mollusks and suspended particulate matter to trace zinc pollution in a tropical estuary. Environmental Pollution, 2017. 226: p. 41-47.
37. Affholder, M.C., et al., Soil CO2 venting as one of the mechanisms for tolerance of Zn deficiency by rice in flooded soils. Plant Cell and Environment, 2017. 40(12): p. 3018-3030.
38. Izquierdo, M., et al., Measurement of isotopically-exchangeable Zn in Zn-deficient paddy soil. European Journal of Soil Science, 2016. 67(1): p. 51-59.
39. Gonzalez, R.O., et al., New Insights from Zinc and Copper Isotopic Compositions into the Sources of Atmospheric Particulate Matter from Two Major European Cities. Environmental Science and Technology, 2016. 50(18): p. 9816-9824.
40. Fru, E.C., et al., Cu isotopes in marine black shales record the Great Oxidation Event. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2016. 113(18): p. 4941-4946.
41. Cheng, A., et al., Investigating Arsenic Contents in Surface and Drinking Water by Voltammetry and the Method of Standard Additions. Journal of Chemical Education, 2016. 93(11): p. 1945-1950.
42. Yan, Y., et al., Polluted dust derived from long-range transport as a major end member of urban aerosols and its implication of non-point pollution in northern China. Science of the Total Environment, 2015. 506-507: p. 538-545.
43. Paul, M., et al., Tracing the Agulhas leakage with lead isotopes. Geophysical Research Letters, 2015. 42(20): p. 8515-8521.
44. Paul, M., et al., High-precision measurements of seawater Pb isotope compositions by double spike thermal ionization mass spectrometry. Analytica Chimica Acta, 2015. 863(1): p. 59-69.
45. Ochoa Gonzalez, R. and D. Weiss, Zinc Isotope Variability in Three Coal-Fired Power Plants: A Predictive Model for Determining Isotopic Fractionation during Combustion. Environmental Science and Technology, 2015. 49(20): p. 12560-12567.
46. Arnold, T., et al., Iron and zinc isotope fractionation during uptake and translocation in rice (Oryza sativa) grown in oxic and anoxic soils. Comptes Rendus – Geoscience, 2015. 347(7-8): p. 397-404.
47. Weiss, D.J., et al., Zinc isotope fractionation during early dissolution of biotite granite. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 2014. 78(1): p. 171-179.
48. Mohd Amin, S., D.J. Weiss, and M.J. Blunt, Reactive transport modelling of geologic CO2 sequestration in saline aquifers: The influence of pure CO2 and of mixtures of CO2 with CH4 on the sealing capacity of cap rock at 37°C and 100bar. Chemical Geology, 2014. 367: p. 39-50.
49. Moffat, C.D., et al., Molecular recognition and scavenging of arsenate from aqueous solution using dimetallic receptors. Chemistry – A European Journal, 2014. 20(51): p. 17168-17177.
50. Dekov, V.M., et al., Ferrihydrite precipitation in groundwater-fed river systems (Nete and Demer river basins, Belgium): Insights from a combined Fe-Zn-Sr-Nd-Pb-isotope study. Chemical Geology, 2014. 386: p. 1-15.
51. De Vleeschouwer, F., et al., Selected papers from the 29th SEGH Conference on Environmental Geochemistry and Health. Environmental Geochemistry and Health, 2014. 36(5): p. 829.
52. D’Arcy, M., et al., Adsorption of oxy-anions in the teaching laboratory: An experiment to study a fundamental environmental engineering problem. Journal of Chemical Education, 2014. 91(4): p. 505-510.
53. Xie, X., et al., The short-term effect of cadmium on low molecular weight organic acid and amino acid exudation from mangrove (Kandelia obovata (S., L.) Yong) roots. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2013. 20(2): p. 997-1008.
54. Weiss, D.J., et al., A teaching exercise to introduce stable isotope fractionation of metals into geochemistry courses. Journal of Chemical Education, 2013. 90(8): p. 1014-1017.
55. Weiss, D. and R. Khondoker, Evaluation of As(III) and Sb(III) adsorption to paddy soils from irrigated rice fields in Bangladesh. Journal of the Brazilian Chemical Society, 2013. 24(4): p. 690-694.
56. Wainipee, W., et al., The effects of oil on As(V) adsorption on illite, kaolinite, montmorillonite and chlorite. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 2013. 121: p. 487-502.
57. Sun, Y., et al., ESR signal intensity and crystallinity of quartz from Gobi and sandy deserts in East Asia and implication for tracing Asian dust provenance. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 2013. 14(8): p. 2615-2627.
58. Spiro, B., et al., Lacustrine sediments and lichen transplants: Two contrasting and complimentary environmental archives of natural and anthropogenic lead in the South Urals, Russia. Aquatic Sciences, 2013. 75(2): p. 185-198.
59. Smolders, E., et al., Isotopic fractionation of Zn in tomato plants suggests the role of root exudates on Zn uptake. Plant and Soil, 2013. 370(1-2): p. 605-613.
60. Larner, F., et al., High precision isotope measurements reveal poor control of copper metabolism in Parkinsonism. Metallomics, 2013. 5(2): p. 125-132.
61. Ferrat, M., et al., Numerical simulations of dust fluxes to the eastern Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau: Comparison of model results with a Holocene peat record of dust deposition. Journal of Geophysical Research Atmospheres, 2013. 118(10): p. 4597-4609.
62. Dong, S., et al., Stable isotope ratio measurements of Cu and Zn in mineral dust (bulk and size fractions) from the Taklimakan Desert and the Sahel and in aerosols from the eastern tropical North Atlantic Ocean. Talanta, 2013. 114: p. 103-109.
63. Weng, B., et al., Kandelia obovata (S., L.) Yong tolerance mechanisms to Cadmium: Subcellular distribution, chemical forms and thiol pools. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 2012. 64(11): p. 2453-2460.
64. Moeller, K., et al., Calibration of the New Certified Reference Materials ERM-AE633 and ERM-AE647 for Copper and IRMM-3702 for Zinc Isotope Amount Ratio Determinations. Geostandards and Geoanalytical Research, 2012. 36(2): p. 177-199.
65. Larner, F., et al., Tracing bioavailability of ZnO nanoparticles using stable isotope labeling. Environmental Science and Technology, 2012. 46(21): p. 12137-12145.
66. Jouvin, D., et al., Stable isotopes of Cu and Zn in higher plants: Evidence for Cu reduction at the root surface and two conceptual models for isotopic fractionation processes. Environmental Science and Technology, 2012. 46(5): p. 2652-2660.
67. Ferrat, M., D.J. Weiss, and S. Strekopytov, A single procedure for the accurate and precise quantification of the rare earth elements, Sc, Y, Th and Pb in dust and peat for provenance tracing in climate and environmental studies. Talanta, 2012. 93: p. 415-423.
68. Ferrat, M., et al., The inorganic geochemistry of a peat deposit on the eastern Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau and insights into changing atmospheric circulation in central Asia during the Holocene. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 2012. 91: p. 7-31.
69. Ferrat, M., et al., Lead atmospheric deposition rates and isotopic trends in Asian dust during the last 9.5kyr recorded in an ombrotrophic peat bog on the eastern Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 2012. 82: p. 4-22.
70. Larner, F., et al., A new separation procedure for Cu prior to stable isotope analysis by MC-ICP-MS. Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry, 2011. 26(8): p. 1627-1632.
71. Gallagher, K., et al., Inference of abrupt changes in noisy geochemical records using transdimensional changepoint models. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 2011. 311(1-2): p. 182-194.
72. Ferrat, M., et al., Improved provenance tracing of Asian dust sources using rare earth elements and selected trace elements for palaeomonsoon studies on the eastern Tibetan Plateau. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 2011. 75(21): p. 6374-6399.
73. Faria, N., et al., Development of DRC-ICP-MS methodology for the rapid determination of 58Fe erythrocyte incorporation in human iron absorption studies. Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry, 2011. 26(8): p. 1648-1652.
74. D’Arcy, M., et al., Adsorption kinetics, capacity and mechanism of arsenate and phosphate on a bifunctional TiO 2-Fe 2O 3 bi-composite. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 2011. 364(1): p. 205-212.
75. Caldelas, C., et al., Zinc isotopic fractionation in Phragmites australis in response to toxic levels of zinc. Journal of Experimental Botany, 2011. 62(6): p. 2169-2178.
76. Arnold, T., et al., Erratum: Measurement of zinc stable isotope ratios in biogeochemical matrices by double-spike MC-ICPMS and determination of the isotope ratio pool available for plants from soil (Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry (DOI: 10.1007/s00216-010-4231-5)). Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, 2011. 399(3): p. 1397.
77. Wang, W., et al., A preliminary method for determining acceptable trace element levels in coal. Energy, 2010. 35(1): p. 70-76.
78. Wainipee, W., et al., The effect of crude oil on arsenate adsorption on goethite. Water Research, 2010. 44(19): p. 5673-5683.
79. Rauch, S., et al., Anthropogenic forcings on the surficial osmium cycle. Environmental Science and Technology, 2010. 44(3): p. 881-887.
80. Kylander, M.E., et al., Natural lead isotope variations in the atmosphere. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 2010. 290(1-2): p. 44-53.
81. Gioia, S.M.C.L., et al., Insights into the dynamics and sources of atmospheric lead and particulate matter in São Paulo, Brazil, from high temporal resolution sampling. Atmospheric Research, 2010. 98(2-4): p. 478-485.
82. Dekov, V.M., et al., Metalliferous sediments from the H.M.S. Challenger voyage (1872-1876). Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 2010. 74(17): p. 5019-5038.
83. Bullough, F., et al., Evidence of competitive adsorption of Sb(III) and As(III) on activated alumina. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 2010. 49(5): p. 2521-2524.
84. Arnold, T., et al., Measurement of zinc stable isotope ratios in biogeochemical matrices by double-spike MC-ICPMS and determination of the isotope ratio pool available for plants from soil. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, 2010. 398(7-8): p. 3115-3125.
85. Arnold, T., et al., Evidence for the mechanisms of zinc uptake by rice using isotope fractionation. Plant, Cell and Environment, 2010. 33(3): p. 370-381.
86. Von Blanckenburg, F., et al., Fractionation of metal stable isotopes by higher plants. Elements, 2009. 5(6): p. 375-380.
87. Peel, K., D. Weiss, and L. Sigg, Zinc isotope composition of settling particles as a proxy for biogeochemical processes in lakes: Insights from the eutrophic Lake Greifen, Switzerland. Limnology and Oceanography, 2009. 54(5): p. 1699-1708.
88. Large, D.J., et al., The influence of climate, hydrology and permafrost on Holocene peat accumulation at 3500 m on the eastern Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau. Quaternary Science Reviews, 2009. 28(27-28): p. 3303-3314.
89. Kylander, M.E., D.J. Weiss, and B. Kober, Two high resolution terrestrial records of atmospheric Pb deposition from New Brunswick, Canada, and Loch Laxford, Scotland. Science of the Total Environment, 2009. 407(5): p. 1644-1657.
90. Kelley, K.D., et al., Zinc isotopes in sphalerite from base metal deposits in the Red Dog district, northern Alaska. Economic Geology, 2009. 104(6): p. 767-773.
91. Díaz-Somoano, M., et al., Stable lead isotope compositions in selected coals from around the world and implications for present day aerosol source tracing. Environmental Science and Technology, 2009. 43(4): p. 1078-1085.
92. Chapman, J.B., et al., Iron isotope fractionation during leaching of granite and basalt by hydrochloric and oxalic acids. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 2009. 73(5): p. 1312-1324.
93. Weiss, D.J., et al., Application of nontraditional stable-isotope systems to the study of sources and fate of metals in the environment. Environmental Science and Technology, 2008. 42(3): p. 655-664.
94. Wang, W., et al., Geochemistry of rare earth elements in a marine influenced coal and its organic solvent extracts from the Antaibao mining district, Shanxi, China. International Journal of Coal Geology, 2008. 76(4): p. 309-317.
95. Peel, K., et al., A simple combined sample-standard bracketing and inter-element correction procedure for accurate mass bias correction and precise Zn and Cu isotope ratio measurements. Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry, 2008. 23(1): p. 103-110.
96. Muller, J., et al., Possible evidence for wet Heinrich phases in tropical NE Australia: the Lynch’s Crater deposit. Quaternary Science Reviews, 2008. 27(5-6): p. 468-475.
97. Muller, J., et al., The use of principle component analyses in characterising trace and major elemental distribution in a 55 kyr peat deposit in tropical Australia: Implications to paleoclimate. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 2008. 72(2): p. 449-463.
98. Kylander, M.E., et al., Lead penetration and leaching in a complex temperate soil profile. Environmental Science and Technology, 2008. 42(9): p. 3177-3184.
99. Gioia, S., et al., Accurate and precise zinc isotope ratio measurements in urban aerosols. Analytical Chemistry, 2008. 80(24): p. 9776-9780.
100. Arnold, T., J.N. Harvey, and D.J. Weiss, An experimental and theoretical investigation into the use of H2 for the simultaneous removal of ArO+ and ArOH+ isobaric interferences during Fe isotope ratio analysis with collision cell based Multi-Collector Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry. Spectrochimica Acta – Part B Atomic Spectroscopy, 2008. 63(6): p. 666-672.
101. Weiss, D.J., et al., Atmospheric deposition and isotope biogeochemistry of zinc in ombrotrophic peat. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 2007. 71(14): p. 3498-3517.
102. Parbhakar, A., et al., Adsorption of l-lysine on montmorillonite. Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, 2007. 307(1-3): p. 142-149.
103. Kylander, M.E., et al., A rapid and reliable method for Pb isotopic analysis of peat and lichens by laser ablation-quadrupole-inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry for biomonitoring and sample screening. Analytica Chimica Acta, 2007. 582(1): p. 116-124.
104. Kylander, M.E., et al., Rare earth element and Pb isotope variations in a 52 kyr peat core from Lynch’s Crater (NE Queensland, Australia): Proxy development and application to paleoclimate in the Southern Hemisphere. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 2007. 71(4): p. 942-960.
105. Watkins, R., et al., Investigations into the kinetics and thermodynamics of Sb(III) adsorption on goethite (α-FeOOH). Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 2006. 303(2): p. 639-646.
106. Muller, J., et al., Geochemical and stratigraphic evidence of environmental change at Lynch’s Crater, Queensland, Australia. Global and Planetary Change, 2006. 53(4): p. 269-277.
107. Kylander, M.E., et al., Chapter 21 Archiving natural and anthropogenic lead deposition in peatlands, in Developments in Earth Surface Processes. 2006. p. 479-497.
108. Dolgopolova, A., et al., Use of isotope ratios to assess sources of Pb and Zn dispersed in the environment during mining and ore processing within the Orlovka-Spokoinoe mining site (Russia). Applied Geochemistry, 2006. 21(4): p. 563-579.
109. Dolgopolova, A., et al., Dust dispersal and Pb enrichment at the rare-metal Orlovka-Spokoinoe mining and ore processing site: Insights from REE patterns and elemental ratios. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2006. 132(1 SPEC. ISS.): p. 90-97.
110. Chapman, J.B., et al., Chemical separation and isotopic variations of Cu and Zn from five geological reference materials. Geostandards and Geoanalytical Research, 2006. 30(1): p. 5-16.
111. Wilkinson, J.J., et al., Zinc isotope variation in hydrothermal systems: Preliminary evidence from the Irish midlands ore field. Economic Geology, 2005. 100(3): p. 583-590.
112. Wilkinson, J.J., et al., Erratum: “Zinc isotope in variation in hydrothermal systems: Preliminary evidence from the Irish Midlands ore field” (Economic Geology (2005) vol. 100 (3)). Economic Geology, 2005. 100(4): p. 799.
113. Weiss, D.J., et al., Isotopic discrimination of zinc in higher plants. New Phytologist, 2005. 165(3): p. 703-710.
114. Shotyk, W., et al., Accumulation rates and predominant atmospheric sources of natural and anthropogenic Hg and Pb on the Faroe Islands. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 2005. 69(1): p. 1-17.
115. Mason, T.F.D., et al., Zn and Cu isotopic variability in the Alexandrinka volcanic-hosted massive sulphide (VHMS) ore deposit, Urals, Russia. Chemical Geology, 2005. 221(3-4): p. 170-187.
116. Kylander, M.E., et al., Refining the pre-industrial atmospheric Pb isotope evolution curve in Europe using an 8000 year old peat core from NW Spain. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 2005. 240(2): p. 467-485.
117. Yafa, C., et al., Development of an ombrotrophic peat bog (low ash) reference material for the determination of elemental concentrations. Journal of Environmental Monitoring, 2004. 6(5): p. 493-501.
118. Weiss, D.J., et al., Accurate and precise Pb isotope ratio measurements in environmental samples by MC-ICP-MS. International Journal of Mass Spectrometry, 2004. 232(3): p. 205-215.
119. Spiro, B., et al., Lead isotopes in lichen transplants around a Cu smelter in Russia determined by MC-ICP-MS reveal transient records of multiple sources. Environmental Science and Technology, 2004. 38(24): p. 6522-6528.
120. Purvis, O.W., et al., Lichen biomonitoring near Karabash Smelter Town, Ural Mountains, Russia, one of the most polluted areas in the world. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 2004. 271(1536): p. 221-226.
121. Page, S.E., et al., A record of Late Pleistocene and Holocene carbon accumulation and climate change from an equatorial peat bog (Kalimantan, Indonesia): Implications for past, present and future carbon dynamics. Journal of Quaternary Science, 2004. 19(7): p. 625-635.
122. Mason, T.F.D., et al., High-precision Cu and Zn isotope analysis by plasma source mass spectrometry Part 2. † Correcting for mass discrimination effects. Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry, 2004. 19(2): p. 218-226.
123. Mason, T.F.D., et al., High-precision Cu and Zn isotope analysis by plasma source mass spectrometry part 1. Spectral interferences and their correction. Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry, 2004. 19(2): p. 209-217.
124. Le Roux, G., et al., Identifying the sources and timing of ancient and medieval atmospheric lead pollution in England using a peat profile from Lindow bog, Manchester. Journal of Environmental Monitoring, 2004. 6(5): p. 502-510.
125. Kylander, M.E., et al., Sample preparation procedures for accurate and precise isotope analysis of Pb in peat by multiple collector (MC)-ICP-MS. Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry, 2004. 19(9): p. 1275-1277.
126. Dolgopolova, A., et al., Closed-vessel microwave digestion technique fom lichens and leaves prior to determination of trace elements (Pb, Zn, Cu) and stable Pb isotope ratios. International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry, 2004. 84(12): p. 889-899.
127. Dolgopolova, A., et al., Geochemical characteristics and lead isotope systematics of highly fractionated Li-F-enriched amazonite granites and related host rocks of the Orlovka-Spokoinoe mining district, Eastern Transbaikalia (Russia). Transactions of the Institution of Mining and Metallurgy, Section B: Applied Earth Science, 2004. 113(1): p. B83-B99.
128. Wilkinson, J.J., et al., Determining source of metals and sulphur in ore deposits: The potential of combined zinc and sulphur stable isotopic analysis. Transactions of the Institution of Mining and Metallurgy, Section B: Applied Earth Science, 2003. 112(2 AUG): p. B194-B195.
129. Weiss, D., et al., Spatial and temporal evolution of lead isotope ratios in the North Atlantic Ocean between 1981 and 1989. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, 2003. 108(10): p. 4-1 – 4-15.
130. Mullane, E., et al., Iron isotope measurement development and application of the method to fractionation in Archaean and post Archaean ores. Transactions of the Institution of Mining and Metallurgy, Section B: Applied Earth Science, 2003. 112(2 AUG): p. B187-B189.
131. Le Roux, G., et al. Heavy metals, especially lead, deposition recorded in an ombrotrophic peat bog near Manchester, United Kingdom. in Journal De Physique. IV : JP. 2003.
132. Hormes, A., et al., Radiocarbon and luminescence dating of overbank deposits in outwash sediments of the Last Glacial Maximum in North Westland, New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics, 2003. 46(1): p. 95-106.
133. Weiss, D., et al., The geochemistry of major and selected trace elements in a forested peat bog, Kalimantan, SE Asia, and its implications for past atmospheric dust deposition. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 2002. 66(13): p. 2307-2323.
134. Weiss, D., et al., Comparative study of the temporal evolution of atmospheric lead deposition in Scotland and eastern Canada using blanket peat bogs. Science of the Total Environment, 2002. 292(1-2): p. 7-18.
135. Tolstikhin, I.N., et al., Rare gas isotopes and parent trace elements in ultrabasic-alkaline-carbonatite complexes, Kola Peninsula: Identification of lower mantle plume component. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 2002. 66(5): p. 881-901.
136. Reuer, M.K. and D.J. Weiss, Anthropogenic lead dynamics in the terrestrial and marine environment. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 2002. 360(1801): p. 2889-2904.
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